Daily Archives: July 5, 2014

New Scientific Research – Hot Off The Press

Experts detect two soccer clusters, and an ice-free Arctic.

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Three Out Of Four Ain’t Bad

But I’m not making any predictions for next week. Argentina looked much better today. Neymar is out. Germany hasn’t been showing top form. RVP was awful today. Anyone could take it at this point. The precautionary principle would say – never … Continue reading

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The Good News – And The Very Bad News

I’m speaking at the ICCC conference, which is taking place next Tuesday and Wednesday in Las Vegas . The bad news : The World Cup semifinals are next Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons. What are the chances of that?

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If You Aren’t Watching ….

You may be missing the most extraordinary World Cup match in decades. Costa Rica + RVP vs. The Netherlands.

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Temperature Adjustments In Ohio

Originally posted on NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT:
By Paul Homewood ? ? ? I make no apology for returning to the topic of USHCN temperature adjustments, this time in Ohio. Apart from any other reason, I have…

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Belgium Has Never Lost When Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois Was Playing

Twitter / ESPNStatsInfo: Belgium has never lost a match …

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July 2nd Global Sea Ice Area Highest In 25 Years

The area of sea ice on Earth on July 2 was the largest since 1989, and the fourth largest on record. arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/timeseries.global.anom.1979-2008 In 1984, NASA’s James Hansen predicted peak sea ice loss in the Weddell  Sea of Antarctica, right where Antarctica has experienced peak sea … Continue reading

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